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... up over the mountains on a two lane road with lots of traffic coming towards us. Finally, we merged back on to the 101 and we arrived in Santa Maria mid afternoon. The Elks is one of the nicest facilities we’ve encountered. It’s got about 13 full service spaces with a huge grassy area and a parking lot for us to walk Aragon.
After setting up we drove to Red Lobster for dinner, then came back to relax. ...
Christmas Day morning is quiet here at the resort. Some folks are heading for the golf course, some have gone to visit friends and relatives who live nearby. Others, like us are going to stay put today.
Jil and I made a pact that our stay here at Sands was to be our Christmas gift to one another. Our pacts apparently are made to be ignored as Jil gave me a nice golf shirt and I gave her a golf blouse. Our furry ones got some yummy dog bones and a lot of fun romps in the ...
... a valley surrounded with shear rock walls and piles of rocks that kept the area hidden from local ranchers and was rumored to be the hideout of cattle rustlers. After a picnic lunch we headed to “Keys View”, at 5,185 feet it was the highest point in the park accessible to the general public. It was a long drive up the mountain, but the views from the top made it all worthwhile; we could overlook the valley far below that consisted of Palm Springs and ...
... owner is not necessarily friendly,
but whatever, he again reminds me (2 times) of the maximum occupancy rule. SIGH!
He is watching us like a hawk. I brought my nephew and 2 nieces over from where they were
staying to swim (in the empty pool) with my kids. We weren’t causing any disturbance. BIG MISTAKE! I guess I am not allowed to have
visitors. This is not in the
contract. The owner summons me
... sundry. Today's ride was more or less all along wide urban roads and through 100 traffic lights. The other drivers were remarkably courteous particularly since we acted like cyclists do and more or less ignored most of the traffic rules. The weather was cool (like an English Summer) and for some of the time there was a tailwind. There was one faller, bruised and cracked helmet but otherwise unhurt. One GPS fell off and was run over by a ...